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THURSDAY, MARCHII 12, 1925

THE MICH-IG AN DAILY

T'.1 i :.. 111 FtT , i

O0FFER HYGIENE IN'
SUMMERCURRICULA'

MULTIDES 1TNESS INVA UG IA TI Nl

CLASSUNITE 'I* ae,
OUt fHarmony
TO GIVE flANUE With His Poicy,

cp .'_i of a position in''thle bn1
by Jn- averse vote of ti! Senate,
cy UsyStanb~lerry', C1O, flamed b7
d(iftealod by Senatle vote. 1-b ft
previously served antd resign

jtince J~(~Ext ensive Instruict ion
Phys~j.~ica E(I11I al 1)11a
-. INCLUDE 153 COURSES

III

.k? tenl ive okil ienepublic::(~S-::~~"
'ht, ltl, antd phsic al etucalion, will r 'sq" < . r
t~k ' di h u~lI :~~~iti r. 'The currNeiluni will comprise
r k' courses, (ivided into six groups,
S trhluding six courses in hygiene and
s "pI'klic health, 2 in athletic coachn
I4 ajc'Atlihnursing, xvc in lphysical d- ? n"
,yY~a ioi'r c ,nine inilphysical edu-
e AatioIL for wome, and 15 for publc( I
lnalth-w~orkers,
r1 Twenty-six instructors and l roes- >
sors, including 24 of the regular Un-,
- Vrsity staff, Dr. A. W. Freeman of
{4j'fAns-IHopkins university, and Dr. WV
* :' v Decon.,director of ti.e 1ureall
U it itlstatistPics, state 1boardl of health}
r I hll ( irect the work in these (delart-
4 zlonts ,.
1 Saxcourss will be off redi n hy- .
k" gien "rid l lic alth,micluding
ig trei al hygpnc subjects, history andl
i{Aindamen tals of physical education,
°and cumninunity play and recreation,1 SomeO ieaUof the sie of tie th ={ n of ul] o td flPoe sni , x Ij v'
.Iunder the Direction of Dr. George A1 Presiden't ofIthe United St rtes cn bbeo 'nd 1 r". I0 0.,.p oo. - Iw v ' e1
lMay Dr Warren E. Forsythe, anti! iverin hs address.
3 i~of. E. D. IMitchll. _________ __________________ _______
The most extensive program will("
1 cluini.Ti g, licl e1"Cy ,,in14~1 (t(~t it.t ~ o.aA l
tuinggeneral sanitation, iirui anorled c i I,.' >i:, iii (iihli 1A n ± '2 +h@ 7 ,-
a hiualth administration, vital statist cs, Of Wo rid Figures i qte.' i "C''<
I ofublic health administration, pren- tg ;oni,(Ui'~'''i(t(i~~ il
9 1lbn and control of communicable di-
m%,, ases, epidemiology, applied nutri- jCnjont eventiis secure mre Inter- on ro ~ () ..l. vc ci rt le' ,ca o3 sIli eents,l
1-"tail chemistry of food and nutrition, est. from eolee men 1hen1 from c l'Oe LineAX(o5"sltiiei
I xs tei ln'. u c n coera ~ n
Vmethods and materials in health edu- le~e women, or at T~easi 1 !(' \omen o l (ii)hfire c(l'itocr e I'e.. dionly
cation, tuberculosis, degenerative di- Xi>
sseases, principles and patieof need- oke) ' WIvtsdn nhitt-L's.xl Citf (I i.1( i
prcietes as (do the, opposites. Thris on-;now more or K ss aithOyIt ." he aver-
ical social ase work and delinquencyI clsicn has been made ats te result ae rcevcd by both the n ei anti
r public health law, and. mental hygiene of an swers g 'nt us oar i~wmna hcg eepoi
and psychiatry. gvn10 qetoa tlwmnutCca poi
f On the staff will be Professors A llreparecl and circulated by he Dilyjma'rely 15 prent, sonev chec higer
M.eEret . . 1Jr m n , F . (cnecn in[ neson s of inter nation al th en that here.
yWloL. H. Nevbergh. H. B. Lewis, ~iOiht~~.Teqnionar lslsdmn n
WisoOut of the 12 q rie.t~ohs whch Wae re It i ilig andO unusual bls of mnor-
Do)'ctors W. J. V. Deacon and A. W. asked th men answered 5 ecn mtc.I wsfud-htDa
Pr~ean~ nd nstrctos Nahancore'ctly whil the woen were oly 'i anion is the dean of te Irish
'S~ai MrgretS.Gila, P L Mrs, able to obtain n average o 49 per-! Thc oie l semin arythai< aiiapin Il
AI and Dorothy Ketcham. . cent. The samte ustions were ask- is Cir e Tong ceder. Ilia _°J. E.
i Coach Fielding H. Yost and his _____________________ __________________
corps of assistants including all those
on the reguiar coaching staff, will (Ii-
rect the work to be offered in athletic
coaching andl administration. This
-will include 12 courses, such as or-
; ganized play and' recreation, football, rIN14bsblp yia ex mnto s ndQ -MAI N
c Cofrective exercise, first aid, practical\.G E N 3REF? I N
);~iene,'. athletic training and con- lcho 12-1 :30
fl (itiol, basketball, and track athletics./
t rThe work in public health nursing1 Dinner, 5 :30-7 :00
will include theoretical work, princi- I A
8. pies of public health nursing, py!-.pccal A ctrnoon Tea Menu
chiology, sociology, hygiene and sani- I 3:00L5:00 "
Cation, public speaking, and princi- t
pes of teaching. Afternoon and Evening Parties
Physical education for men will 1)e
und~er the supervision of Dr. GeorgeI Saltd Nuts for~ Sale
-A. May, and that for women under igf
Dr. argaet Bll.Orders Taken for Cakes and Candies
Le g e o sies205 South' State St. 1 306-R
German Admission,
Geneva, March 11.- (By A.P.) - -
Lloyd George's epigrammatic warningm
at the general conference that an
angry German should not be driven'
into the arms of a hungry Russian hadr
-a sequence at Geneva this afternoon.i
'when the council of' the League of
Nations under the presidency of Aus-
Stin Chamberlain, British secretary STARTING TO"D AYfrfrinafis pithusa
secret meeting in discussing ow to 2 :003 :i. 0-7.0.:30 'e-c- 1(f
handle the German note concerning
Germany's admission to the League. gii< or~ "'"~
The meeting which was attended O rueg~f JJY
Sonly by members of the council antio
Sir Eric 1rummond, secretary general
started from the fundamental idea that /
German csiymtrebership p ine he Leaguei:'
~i jon in Europe. H-ence the dhsirer-
_ -ot ofall, but especially. England, to - ~ '"
adopt no attitudle towards the Ger-
ninu demands for a priviliged position /"-
candidate, the covenant which would n\
lt #e the effect of driving Germnany
farther away from the League than
tR"ards it, and thereby increasing/
theechances that Germany would turn-y
dd~nitely' towards Bolshevik Russia 7
and remain coldly indifferent to con-
tinental Rlussia. i

anir ud Senuior Education Students
(Compleate Preplaration14- For
_";:'Comi)ned Ball
ti E r1 MARCH 27 AS DATE
111 fi11 iins held yesterday after-
,":-:":;:-<r : Y: In3£ n, junior and st'n ior education stu-
-..._ :dents cowlplet/zd plans for a (lance to
r, l be given Jointly Friday, March 27, in
tIaho g:1'mn1aslum of the University high
*° ;<?zocl. I ,culty members of the
Sclu (ol of Education, together with
the ir wives, will act as lpatrons and
,;t "n"ses; of the part y.
KTickets ]mayibele tcured(1on Monday,
t ._ .r ,r7{ .ti'.. }.tht 28c, cat the .,tab,)le in Tappan hall;
.Lr:.; *'emzo oecucat ion studenits in good
.: - F e'iing will receive complimlentary,
xy:. tic"kets.
Xsilfred B. IShaw, '04, general see-
r' Iat y 01fItle Alumni association, dis-
ti cn os d wxithI the seniors a new plan
, ~~of cess suJJ,,c intion to the Michigan
Alumniv, whereby all those who can
(hoo sty will subscribe for the comning
:" : : ;year~ at the timne the diploma fee is
'paid ini the spring. Out of the sub-
Calviin Coolidge inaugurated as scription pirice of, $3, 50 cents is to be
Presidenit (Indicated by arrow) 41e- j turned back to the class memorial
fund. The literary class has alreadyj
-°--- accepted this proposition..
lz.Stoes naaaste, ad tatPeg-' Mr. Shaw also spoke on the election
,). Stokces i i. ser, cad that c tnd (duties of a class secretary to ar-
.('tting div~orc(ed. 1 range for reunions, and of the desir-
ability of becoming affiliated individu-
1 20names whichI Wei'e given 0oil the I allywithsonic localaumicbaf
0} V i'it lola meIan .e as fcllows: Adami ter graduation. More than 140 such
Sii ,Louis P'asteuzr. Nary McDow'0ll,1 clubs exist now ini various 'cities I
it'n.i o 1 ssolbuia, Dr. Charles Wil- throughout the country.

(Continued from Page Onie)
Priofessor Brown said that records
show hat n atleast two p~reviou]s oc-,
caLsions, the Vice-President has cast a CLOGTHI
deciding vote against ratification of
a foreign minister nominee, but be
has never cast a deciding vote on con-
firmiing an appointment to the cab~in-.
et. On comparatively few occasions'
has the Vice-President. been called
upon to cast a vote on. iiuninations for'
any office, and b~etween the year,, 1789:
and 1915 he has had the privilege of
I voting only 13 times."
The failure of the Senate to ratify
the President's recoinmendation of
~Mr. Warren as attorney general muarlk-
eel the sixth time in th'e country's;
history that such action has been Th_'F
taken by the Senate. The men whom
the Sonata retf ased to place in cabinet1
positions oven though they had been hang
rCcomumended by the President follow: proc
RogerM'A. Taney, Maryland. named t
b)y Andrew Jackson as secretary of: esri
treasury only to be voted (lown biy the6,
Senate. Mr. Taney later became chiefr
justicie of time Unitedl States Supreme
court.
Caleb) Cushing, Mass., reconimenided NAT L1
by John Tryler for the cabinet posi-; 841 1
tion of secretary of treasury, but re-
jected by the Senate. Mr. Cushinw
later becamne attorney general andV At Car
was conceded to be one of the best InI,
the history of the country:""
James M. Porter, Penn., named1 by! Our style
John Tyler as secretary of war only to
fall before the vote of the Senate.,-
David lleushaw, Mass., named by ;m a
John Tylpr as secretary of var,

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Ikon Eliot, Prof. A. A. -Mich'aelson, 'V.
L1.Stokes, Dean O'llannmioil, Pepgy
Joyce, Chaliapin, Charles E. Hughes,
and IKnute Rockne.
Los, Angeles, Cal., Mlarch 11.-More
tihan $900,000,000 was recently be-
quecathmetd to the IUiversity of South-
ern California by a Chicago million-
,"ire.

jProf. Emil Lorch of the architectur.
ai] college will discuss "Modern Arch-
itecture" b~efore the Tw~entiethi Cen-
tury club of Detroit this afternoon. I
IInstallation of the new -washing
machine purchased for the University
laiunidry has been completed, and the
ai. it is now in operation.

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Prof. H1. C. Ansn of the mechan-
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at'~ address on "The Development of
Lmfgineering in General" at the reg-
ular Freshman engineering assembly
yesterday.
Professor Anderson explained bow a
boltir producing 150 pounds of steam
wra~ considered a dangerous machine
to. be Alewed only from a safe dlist-
ance when he was a student in col-
loege. Another specific example cited1
by Professor Anderson was the 7,500
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that time considered the largest gen-F
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